mardi 15 novembre 2011

Tell The Wall Street Journal: "No New Taxes on the Internet"

Tell The Wall Street Journal: "No New Taxes on the Internet" 
Dear Main Street Member,
Last night, The Wall Street Journal posted an article online highlighting both sides of the Internet sales tax debate currently heating up in Congress. On one side was Michael Mazerov, a senior fellow with the state fiscal project of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, arguing in favor of changing the current law and imposing new tax requirements on Internet retailers. On the other side was Steve DelBianco, with NetChoice Coalition, calling for the Internet and small businesses to be shielded from new tax burdens.
The article features a poll asking readers: "Should online businesses collect sales tax only in states where they have a physical presence?" OR "Should sales tax be expanded to cover every transaction – online and offline, regardless of the buyer or seller’s location?"
Let’s get lawmakers’ attention. This is your opportunity to make your voice heard!
If you are in favor of protecting the Internet from new sales tax laws, we urge you to vote in support of both consumers and small business sellers. Let’s show The Wall Street Journal that we believe in keeping the Internet free from burdensome regulation that would require small online businesses to collect and remit sales tax in more than 15,000 national taxing jurisdictions.
Thank you for your continued help in this important fight.
eBay Inc. Main Street

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